Shopping in Siem Reap

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Shopping in Siem Reap

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  • traveller64Glasgow
    Glasgow, UK48 contributions
    Common to a lot of East Asia markets the night market is set in a grid formation. The outer stalls which face on to the street tend to be the most "touristy" but it is worth going deeper into the grid. Yes, it is busy, hot and noisy but you will be rewarded with finding the less obvious things. I picked up two beautiful linen shirts (needed due to the heat) and some fantastic Tin Tin art work
    Written 6 July 2020
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  • Tonya L
    La Mesa, United States45 contributions
    The Old Market is very hot inside. Made in Cambodia Market is in the fresh air. You can buy things cheaper at the Old Market, but in Made in Cambodia Market you really know where the products come from. The sales push is the same for both markets, and you can negotiate the price in both markets. We bought from both markets, but I feel better about my purchases in Made in Cambodia Market. And I really like the bags they put my purchases in...repurchased fabric and newsprint bags!
    Written 18 April 2022
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  • John Giggles
    5 contributions
    A typical Asian market. I usually stop here to buy produce, although they have plenty of seafood, meat, and fresh eggs too. Non-food items include clothing, footwear, souvenirs, soaps, etc. The food part of the market is dirty, smelly, noisy, and has a typical selection of aforementioned food items. Again, typical southeast Asian market. It's more popular with foreigners than another similar and bigger market about two kilometers away. Because of that, sometimes items here are a bit more expensive because vendors are used to charging foreigners extra. But it does the job I suppose. Each vendor is a little different. Some will overcharge you. Some are reasonable. After living here a while, I just know what a good price is and what isn't. If unsure, I ask three or four vendors what the price is per kilo of a particular item. I refuse to ever pay the same price as the grocery store for something. Overall, in terms of produce, the market has a good selection and is conveniently located right next to pub street.
    Written 2 December 2020
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  • Patti
    3 contributions
    Stunning collection of artefacts, instruments and items for every day use. Also a showcase for Mr Theam's arresting paintings. Lovely gardens and cafe. Wonderful mini museum.
    Written 29 December 2021
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  • Dean S
    Doncaster, UK5,098 contributions
    A decent shopping centre on the main street in Siem reap. There's a supermarket on the ground floor. Also on the ground floor is a recycling centre for paper plastic bottles and cans. There are few ATM's on the ground floor too, Vattanac charges only $4 to withdraw money from a foreign account, most of the others $5.
    Written 5 March 2020
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  • Katy Santos
    Philippines516 contributions
    I strolled around the night market of Siem Reap Art Center where you can find a lot of merchandise to buy such as souvenir items, silk shawls, art decorations, clothes, and many others.

    Remember to haggle less than half the price of the item and if the seller refused, you can always walk away and look for other merchants with similar items who can sell it for a cheaper price, act stubbornly to get the price you prefer.
    Written 1 October 2020
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  • Joanne S
    Rainham, UK184 contributions
    What a fabulous place and so grateful to the owner ( Terry?)for taking the time to talk to us and tell us about the artists and the fantastic work that is going on. Do go- y ou won’t regret it.
    Thanks again for the information chat.
    Written 13 March 2020
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  • Emma S
    Lichfield, UK41 contributions
    I love a good market! I find them all the same pretty much but I love absorbing the atmosphere and culture that they seem to bring! The only places you can find something different if you look hard enough! A place to barter with too! The only thing I have to say about Cambodian markets is they really do harass you and be prepared for a tug on the arm or your shirt being pulled!
    Written 11 March 2020
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  • Raymond T
    Sydney, Australia6 contributions
    This is a must visit destination if you travel to Siem Reap. Suggest you get a tuk tuk from town (not too far away but you don't want to walk in the high heat and humidity) and have them wait for you while you explore as it's not a large place.

    The venue has a workshop and a gallery. A lady named Sina spoke perfect English and walked me through the workshop and the process they undergo, including the lacquerware and how they make some of the art pieces, including the one I eventually ordered.

    I fell in love with a particular piece with silver leaf lotus flowers but it was mounted on wood (ie high freight costs and custom issues) and didn't have fish. Sina indicated that they could custom make something for me, put it on canvas, and add koi that I wanted (rather than the catfish they usually have). I prepaid including freight cost, which was very reasonable given it was made to order. Sina also sent me a picture of different koi via Whatsapp for me to choose which ones I wanted.

    The canvas arrived professional packaged so it wouldn't be damaged in transit. I had it stretched and mounted on a floating frame (attached) at 176x93cm.

    I highly recommend this place and to take home (or order) a high quality piece of art work at a reasonable price and support the local community.
    Written 23 March 2020
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  • bob2bkk
    Bangkok, Thailand5,780 contributions
    Heritage Walk is a relatively new mall located on the major street, Route 6, across from the Tourist Information Center and the Royal Independence Gardens. There are many restaurants, including a Starbucks, Dominos Pizza, Thai, Japanese and many others including ice cream shops and coffee shops. In the lower level is a drug store and supermarket, but it is very overpriced. Not far is an Asian Supermarket, with much better prices. Also a cinema on the upper level. Some areas are air conditioned but most of the mall is open air but airy.
    Written 30 March 2020
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  • angie rose
    Alameda, CA4 contributions
    What an informative and valuable experience that everyone should have. I genuinely believe if the Seeing In The Dark exhibit were closer to town there would be a line out the door, it's a shame they receive so few guests. It's a cheap tuk tuk ride from town to have an educational experience that should be more readily available worldwide. Thank you Krousar Thmey and Cambodia for providing this unique opportunity. Go! (Side note: the school was renamed Siem Reap Special Education High School, but currently you can find it by Google both the new and old names). The exhibition is open every day from 3pm-6pm.
    Written 29 February 2020
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  • dragon
    Surfers Paradise, Australia180 contributions
    I first visited McDermott Gallery in the late 1990's and was captivated by his black and white visions of the land I love. I have traveled back to Siem Reap many times since then and each year I purchased a calendar and some photographs. I arrived back in Cambodia and was told that the Gallery had moved from it's old home in the grounds of the FCC to Raffles Hotel but there I was told that the Gallery has moved yet again to somewhere in Thailand. The FCC ispresently closed for renovation so I am hoping it will return to it's old home.
    Written 16 January 2019
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  • Nikki Hawes
    6 contributions
    A great shop to visit and learn about what this organisation does for youth. You can support by buying some of the art work produced by the young people. A variety of art and craft and prices. Inspirational.
    Written 14 October 2019
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  • David D
    Devon, UK15,234 contributions
    This small ceramic shop is situated in the attractive narrow and quirky street, Alley West, in the heart of downtown Siem Reap.

    The front of the building has quaint blue shutters on the windows and door and distressed brickwork on the outside was rather eye catching.

    Sunday 10th January, we were exploring Siem Reap, we discovered this shop and we had a walk about , there were some wonderful pieces of beautiful handmade pottery and ceramics on display along with other gift ideas.

    A charming little shop definitely worth a visit.
    Written 25 January 2019
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  • PowerABA
    Adelaide, Australia2 contributions
    Having lived in several South East Asian countries including some 3 years in "Khmerland", I was fortunate to visit both DIWO Galleries and meet the owner Ms. Sokha Chung. I found the courtesy extended to me by this lady to be exemplary to say the least. Her knowledge of the Khmer history and culture was superb. Most professional and ethical in her representations and dealings.. Of course, some of the items/merchandise - to some - maybe "pricey"... but good unique things are well worth buying. And if I were allowed I would have also "taken" the centrepiece ~ Ms. Sokha Chung ~ if she was available...unfortunately not so!
    Written 13 June 2017
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